The Blockchain Investors Summit South Korea is scheduled at the Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas on 30th May 2019. The one-day event aims to bring together individuals, companies, and even professionals related to or interested in hedge funds, sovereign wealth funds, corporate investments, and crypto investments.
The event is being organized by GBF - Global Blockchain Foundation. It is an international non-profit social enterprise which has been established with a global vision to create a sustainable blockchain community on the basis of international cooperations.
The summit hopes to bring together blockchain investment companies as well as startups, alongside blockchain investors and crypto-enthusiasts. It strives to provide a productive platform where these parties can come together, create new connections, and explore beneficial synergies.
The summit is set to bring in over 30 speakers who are either early adopters of the blockchain technology or thought-leaders in the field.
Unfortunately, they are yet to disclose the full list of speakers who are subscribed to share the stage on the coming 30th May.
Statistics: What to Expect?
Here are some useful statistics to give you a basic overview of what to expect at the South Korea Blockchain Investors Summit 2019:
- Over 30 blockchain speakers to share their ideas and insight.
- Over 25 profiled investors.
- Over 30 blockchain startups.
- Over 250 VIP attendees - invitation only.
The summit offers a unique opportunity for startups to book a section for showcasing their startup pitches.
Registration fees cost $3500. In exchange, budding startups or individuals with a promising idea will get the center stage to present their ideas in front of 25+ profiled investors.
Tickets start as low as $75 per attendee where they will get access to paper presentations, keynote sessions, panel discussion sessions, exhibitions and project launches, and networking opportunities.
A VIP ticket is also being sold at $100, which entitles the attendee access to luncheon as well as their names printed on Accreditations.